By Amy Oberlinaoberlin@kpcmedia.com Dec 16, 2018 Sen. Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn, has made two deliveries to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s office over the past couple of weeks. On Dec. 13, Kruse took a box containing petitions with 444 signatures from people who live in Clear Lake,...read more
By Pat Bywater http://www.goerie.com/opinion/20181111/pat-bywater-nature-rising-across-region Mother Nature’s allies have a new attitude. Far-reaching implications are on the line as the movement to redefine America’s cultural and legal notion of nature takes root in...read more
By Sarah Elms/The Blade Published on Oct. 23, 2018 | Updated 6:43 p. m. https://fox8.com/2018/09/18/akron-city-council-votes-to-end-homeless-camp-find-housing-for-dozens/?utm_source=related_1 John Durback, left, talks with his son, John Michael Durback, center left,...read more
https://www.alternet.org/local-peace-economy/can-community-rights-save-great-lakes By Valerie Vande Panne / Independent Media Institute September 26, 2018, 12:37 PM Organizers in Toledo work to save their drinking water. Imagine for a moment, putting the rights of...read more
https://progressive.org/dispatches/not-another-flint-let-us-vote-180925/ by Simon Davis-CohenSeptember 25, 2018 Residents in Columbus and Toledo are being told they don’t have the authority to vote to protect their drinking water this November. Markie Miller, an...read more
By Athena Cocoves. September 12, 2018. Amelia Jankowski, who was born during the water crisis four years ago, holding a sign at a press conference about ACLE endorsing the initiative. For an opinion piece on this process from Toledoans For Safe Water member Bryan...read more
By Bryan Twitchell. September 12, 2018. Bryan Twitchell, author of this article, turning in the petitions at Government Center. For background on this issue, read Water Rights: Protecting Lake Erie and our Drinking Water. I’ve been working on the Lake Erie Bill of...read more
Franklin County appointed BOE votes to keep the people’s law off the ballot and take away the constitutional right of initiative from Columbus residents! The people speak out.